- Last Close 0.4
- Sector Consumer Cyclical
- Industry Packaging & Containers
- Investment Style
- Day Range 0.40 – 0.40
- Year Range 0.20 – 1.25
- Market Cap 20.7606 Mil
- Volume / Avg 2,556.0 / 3,677.7
- Price / Sales 5.84
- Price / Book 16.06
- Forward Div Yield 10.76%
- Trailing Div Yield —
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis ACTX
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Company Profile ACTX
Advanced Container Technologies Inc is in the business of selling and marketing proprietary plastic medical grade containers in the United States. The company's flagship product is Medtainer, which can store grind and shred pharmaceuticals, herbs, teas, and other solids or liquids. It's another product is GrowPods, which are specially modified insulated shipping containers in which plants, herbs, and spices may be grown hydroponically in a controlled environment. Its other products include Humidity pack inserts, Plastic lighter holders, Jars, and Lighters.
Corona, CA, 92878
FAQs for Advanced Container Technologies Inc Stock
Yes. ACTX has a forward dividend yield of 10.76%.
ACTX’s full dividends and stock split history
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ACTX’s market cap is 20.76 Mil.
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